Consumers Shrug at Mad Cow Case At first glance, consumer confidence in American beef remains steady despite the first confirmed report of mad cow disease in the United States. Lines were long at fast food restaurants and most people questioned said they weren't worried about encountering contaminated meat. NPR's Ari Shapiro reports.
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Consumers Shrug at Mad Cow Case

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Consumers Shrug at Mad Cow Case

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At first glance, consumer confidence in American beef remains steady despite the first confirmed report of mad cow disease in the United States. Lines were long at fast food restaurants and most people questioned said they weren't worried about encountering contaminated meat. NPR's Ari Shapiro reports.